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Truly Nolen of America Announces Promotion of Wilkinson

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Wilkinson is now branch manager of the company’s Lake Havasu City branch.

| March 11, 2010

TUCSON, Ariz. – Truly Nolen of America announced the recent promotion of Ron Wilkinson to branch manager of the company’s Lake Havasu City branch (2143 Acoma Blvd. West).

Most recently, Wilkinson served as the branch’s Manager in Training over the past nine months.  He has worked in the pest control industry since 2002 and joined Truly Nolen in 2008 as a sales inspector.

“Ron’s work ethic and ability to work well with his staff are second to none and I expect great things from him in the future,” District Manager Shane McManamy said.

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